VANCOUVER, British Columbia — The Packer’s news editor Chris Koger and staff writer Mike Hornick collected these news items at the Canadian Produce Marketing Association convention and trade show April 2-4.
Writers Nick Abadzis & Robbie Morrison discuss launching "Doctor Who: The Tenth Doctor" for Titan and the Doctor's new American companion.
EXCLUSIVE: Writer Jay Reiss has signed with WME for representation. Reiss, who had been at CAA, co-wrote the award winning Broadway musical The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee and the dark Julian Farino-directed comedy The Oranges. Show More Summary
Chances are that you’ve seen or heard a lot about responsive web site design as of late. It’s […] Author information Albert Costill Writer at Alpha Brand Media Just a typical guy that enjoys an ice-cold beer, pizza, sports and music....Show More Summary
Writer, animator, and director James Farr has created “Super Smash Wars 3: Return of the Hero,” his third animated mashup that merges characters from Star Wars: Episode VI – Return of the Jedi and Nintendo video games. We previously wrote about James’ “Super Smash Wars: A Link To The Hope” and “Super Smash Wars 2: [...]
You'd think backyard composting would be easy, but our NYC writer might have an even more convenient option.
The new trailer for 'Third Person' contains vague hints about the film's inter-connected stories cooked up by writer/director Paul Haggis (Crash). The post ‘Third Person’ Trailer: Everything is Connected to Liam Neeson appeared first on Screen Rant.
Yesterday, this writer talked about the advantage of driving into a destination, a perspective you don't necessarily gain when you fly. I can remember specific moments when this concept was affirmed for me as fact, many from a trip I've been making almost every year of my life: Driving from the city of Philadelphia to the South Jersey coast. Show More Summary
We've all fallen for someone who didn't love us. But, can we change someone's mind and convince them to fall for us? This writer says 'yes'. The post The Torture Of Loving A Person Who Doesn’t Love You Back appeared first on The Good Men Project.
Smithsonian magazine is announcing today that they have brought on New York magazine contributor Matthew Shaer as a staff writer. Shaer is a fiction writer as well as a journalist and his work has also been published in GQ,Harper’s, Mental Floss, Fortune and Foreign Policy. Show More Summary
Actor and writer Bill Hader (Saturday Night Live) is set to return to Turner Classic Movies (TCM) this summer as host the network's popular TCM Essentials Jr.
Take my tweet, please! As today’s Vulture piece by Jennifer Rogers and Callie Wright vividly reminds, you never know who might be paying attention to a 140-character comedy showcase. In this case, two of the three hired tweeters – Alison Agosti and Michelle Wolff - had comedy backgrounds. Show More Summary
London is the gay capital of the world, with the largest and most flamboyant scene on the planet. These are 10 of Gay London’s biggest party animals; they are writers, photographers, promoters, models, DJs, drag queens and musicians – sometimes all at the same time. This is not an exhaustive list. But you’re guaranteed to […]
Los Angeles artist and writer Todd Spence has created the “Bleak Movies Coloring Book for Kids,” a coloring book that gives dark R-rated films a positive child-friendly twist. You can view more pages from the series on Break. Most kids aren’t allowed to watch R rated films, especially the really dark and twisted ones with [...]
The Girl Behind The Door: A Father’s Journey Into The Mystery Of Attachment - is today’s free Kindle download from writer John Brooks. The memoir follows a father’s journey to understanding his adopted daughter’s tragic suicide: A Marin...Show More Summary
Stephen Colbert, who will succeed David Letterman as host when he retires, will visit the "Late Show with David Letterman," Tuesday, April 22 (11:35 PM-12:37 AM, ET/PT) on CBS. CBS announced last week that Colbert, the host, writer and...Show More Summary
Writer and director Elena Rossini has released the first four minutes of The Illusionists. I’m really excited to see the rest. The documentary is a critique of a high standard of beauty but, unlike some that focus exclusively on the impacts of Western women, Rossini’s film looks as though it will do a great job […]
We've invited Mike Judge to join us at Disrupt, along with Silicon Valley executive producer and writer Alec Berg. We'll also welcome Thomas Middleditch, who stars as Pied Piper founder and CEO Richard Hendricks, as well as T.J. Miller, who plays the surly "incubator" head Erlich Bachman, at the event. Read More
Salon writer Kate Geiselman recounts the walkout that took place last week when Peter LaBarbera delivered a speech about the evils of homosexuality at her Ohio college. Mr. LaBarbera approached the podium and apologized affably for keeping us waiting. Show More Summary
The first “made for the internet” full blown television series on Yahoo may come from “Girls” writer Lesley Arfin. A report from Tubefilter suggested that the new series “34 and Pregnant” will be a “mom-com” centered around an expecting protagonist. Arfin may not be a household name, but she is credited with being a recurring […]